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    The things kids say...

    I have two young boys (4 and 1) and sometimes they say the funniest shit. Im sure several others on here have kids that do the same so post up all that innocent humor.

    Ill given an example

    I sat down on the picnic table today and my 4y/o says, dad, that table is for glasses, not for asses...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MedixJK View Post
    I have two young boys (4 and 1) and sometimes they say the funniest shit. Im sure several others on here have kids that do the same so post up all that innocent humor.

    Ill given an example

    I sat down on the picnic table today and my 4y/o says, dad, that table is for glasses, not for asses...
    And you want to get onto them cause of what they said but your doin your best not to die laughing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mudmobeeler View Post
    And you want to get onto them cause of what they said but your doin your best not to die laughing.
    Ha i know it. I catch myself all the time

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    When my youngest boy was three, we were waiting at the local middle school for his brother, when he spotted a heavy set 6th grader. He leans over and says 'Daddy, that boy is fat.' It surprised me, so I gave him a little speech about being polite, etc etc.
    He was just giving me this blank stare while I spoke. As soon as I finished he says 'Daddy, that boy is shaped like a circle.'
    I had nothing to say after that, haha.

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    The other day I took one of my 4 y.o boys with me to the dealership, to get the oil changed, the service guy asked for my "car keys" my son looked him dead in the face and pointed his finger at him and said "That's not a car it's a Jeep!" very loudly. The two ppl in the next cubicle started to snicker and as the guy walked away with my keys I gave my son a high five and said "that's right".

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    Love this thread!

    My daughter isn't talking too much just yet (only 20 months old) but have had a couple good ones lately. She hasn't yet gotten down the "K" sound yet, so it comes out as a "T". Needless to say, I can't stop laughing while she's running around the house, chasing her "titty".

    But I definitely am proud of my little girl. Over the last week or two, she has walked up to me a couple times with my phone in here hand. She hands it to me and says "watch". So I ask what she wants to watch, and she always says "Jeeps"!! I then proceed to put on a Wayalife video and she sits there watching it. Every time I ask her what Jeeps drive on, her response is "rocks". So proud!

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    My 6 year old daughter came home from a sleepover with Grandma. She took one look at our Jeep parked in the garage and said, "What did the do to his Jeep!" (Painted the shackles and footman red.) The statement was followed by a dramatic pause, then. "Umph!" (Dislike) and walked out of the garage. Lol

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    The things kids say...

    My ten year knows I have been wanting a jeep, I told him mom doesn't want one so not sure it's going to happen😔 he then replies it's not for her its for you. You are right buddy, well I have a jeep and a new girlfriend now😀who likes my jeep.... Not going to miss the ex haha

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    I was driving through town yesterday when I was cut off. I've been trying really hard to curve my language around the little ones lol, so I just sighed. My 3 year old son said, "that guy pissed you off didn't he daddy." That definately helped curb my attitude lol.

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    When my 2 year old realized what juice was and decided that's what he wanted ALL the time... it was a bit embarrassing when everywhere he went he kept saying "Jews"... "Jews"...

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